Happy November! I apologize for not getting this review up much, much sooner, but I am here now with it and I think you are going to love this!
I’ve done several essential oil reviews in the past and this one is definitely one you will not want to miss. This is about Eden’s Garden and check out my other EG reviews of their essential oils and ceramic bloom diffuser.
Eden’s Garden is a favorite oil company of mine with a wide variety of essential oils, diffusers, body products and more, they are definitely my go-to for essential oils these days.
As someone who really tries to incorporate natural products into my life any chance I get, I love the fact that a company has made an effective essential oil perfume.
I love perfume, but I stopped wearing most perfumes many years ago due to allergies and chemicals I am putting on my skin.
When I got interested in essential oils, I tried to make my own perfumes, but I never quite succeeded.
The three perfumes I tried from EG are some of their best sellers and I am so excited to share these with you.
At first smell from the bottle, it’s very spicy. I put it on and after about 30 minutes, it created a spicy, sensual perfume that I didn’t mind. It’s a warm, sexy scent.
Cinnamon and clove bud were what I noticed first, and jasmine comes through nicely with a floral note. Also, there are undertones of sandalwood, giving this a nice, woodsy scent. If you like a spicy, sensual and warm perfume, this one is for you.
I personally think this is a perfect scent for fall with its spicy notes and sensual feel.
Ever since I can remember, I’ve been a fan of sandalwood vanilla. I love the woody sandalwood and the creamy vanilla and usually make my own blends with these two amazing oils. This perfume does not disappoint! You definitely smell the vanilla and sandalwood, but those two scents are blended perfectly with heavenly myrrh and a soft, floral magnolia. This perfume makes me instantly happy when I put it on.
This is one that truly surprised me. I don’t care for floral perfumes normally, but this is a beautiful scent. Lavender and magnolia complement each other so perfectly. A citrus top note containing bergamot and lemon and a sweet undertone of vanilla, make this perfume one of my absolute and unexpected favorites. \
The diamond diffuser is beautiful on first glance. A thick, ceramic top in a diamond shape covers a PET plastic base, so it’s perfect with the use of essential oils.
I love the settings on this one. It has four different settings.
- First setting runs continuously.
- Second, runs for 30 seconds and then off for 30 seconds.
- Third, runs for 60 minutes and then shuts off.
- Fourth, runs for 120 minutes and then shuts off.
It’s nice to find a diffuser with several settings to choose from.
Another great thing about this diffuser is that the lid doesn’t just set on top. It hugs the base nicely so there isn’t any worry of knocking the ceramic lid off.
It’s also very quiet. I couldn’t hear it in a quiet room.
It does have a light around the rim and just at the top where the mist comes out, but it’s not super bright, which is what I prefer. It’s a beautiful diffuser. I love the fact it’s not only useful, but I can keep it on a shelf when not using because it’s so pretty.
Check out Eden’s Garden and the wide array for amazing products. They have something for everyone and some perfect gifts for the holidays as well. With essential oil soaps, body oils, perfumes and so much more, there’s something for everyone.
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